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La Verne remembers former librarian archivist

La Verne remembers former librarian archivist

Sister Mary Dennis Peters, resource librarian for the Wilson Library, died Sept. 28 after slipping into unconsciousness following a heart attack. She was 85.

Asian Tiger mosquito species persists

One year after the Asian Tiger mosquito species was identified by the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District, the infestation continues in El Monte and South El Monte.

Students still shopping Amazon, despite tax

Students still shopping Amazon, despite tax

Up until last month, Californians were not charged state tax by such popular online stores as Amazon, but as of Sept. 15, that changed along with some people’s shopping habits.

Conference addresses needs of Latino students

Conference addresses needs of Latino students

The University of La Verne hosted the Latino Education Access and Development Conference on campus Sept. 27.

Goetz shares Web analytics basics

Goetz shares Web analytics basics

Standing before faculty members and a couple of students, Professor of Com­puter Science Jozef Goetz presented a lecture on “Web Analytics” Monday in the President’s Dining Room.

Rodriguez shares photography of gang life

Rodriguez shares photography of gang life

Photojournalist Joseph Rodriguez spoke Tuesday in the Morgan Auditorium about photographs he took for “East Side Stories,” a book about gang life in Los Angeles.

ASULV stipend helps new clubs get started

Just five weeks into the fall 2012 semester, the campus community has already seen the birth of more than eight student organizations this year, from the Pre-Law Club, to Hillel to the Karaoke  Club.

Former ambassador joins faculty

Former ambassador joins faculty

Juli Minoves Triquell greets a student into his office – displayed with pictures of him shaking hands with former President Bill Clinton and stepping behind the United Nations podium.

Class prepares students for a changing world

Class prepares students for a changing world

The University of La Verne’s new honors course “Leadership in a Changing World,” co-taught by President Devorah Lieberman, is designed to encourage students to be better citizens.

Coles is hopeful for Africa’s future

Coles is hopeful for Africa’s future

Julius Coles, former president of Africare, discussed the economic and social problems Africa has faced, as well as how the continent has improved in recent years, during his talk on Sept. 20 in the Howell Board Room.

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